Event: Flower Crowns and High Tea @ The Sanctuary, Yundi
Where 103 Enterprise Rd Yundi. Coming from Adelaide travel down Victor Harbor Rd. After Willunga (and before Mt Compass) is a turn off to the left for Yundi Rd (that later becomes Enterprise Rd). The turn off has signs for the paint ball field at Kuitpo, the Protea Farm and Kerrie’s Cherries. Our gate is 5.8km past the turn off, on the left. You will pass through Yundi and pass the CFS/hall on the right just before our gate on the left. The entrance is at the road access point numbered 105, which we share with our neighbour. There is a green colourbond fence and our gate is to the left of the fence. There is a sign that reads ‘Unauthorised entry not permitted past this point’ and a National Park Sanctuary sign. It is easy to miss the driveway when coming from the west (Victor Harbor Rd). Watch out for it and slow down just after the 100km/hr speed change. This is the google map link https://goo.gl/maps/12zjZ9dWGovVYMJj6
Parking is also available to the left of the gate/entrance – turn left as soon as you enter the gate. There is a sand road and you can park (rear in) along the front fence. There is some unevenness and tree stumps, so take care here. Please don’t drive past the shed. There is no driving on the property other than parking as soon as you can inside the gate. The roads are not built for traffic – they are eroded and sandy and we don’t want any damage to the roads or your vehicle.
After entry instructions
Meet us at The Shed (the only building onsite - as you wander a little way down the road along the colorbond fence.
This event will require the ability to walk up to 1km on sloping, uneven ground that is likely to include fallen wood, leaf and bark litter and natural obstacles. You will require a good level of mobility to feel comfortable on this walk. This is untamed nature. We will be moving on animal paths for part of it and pushing through undergrowth – but it’s worth it! You are welcome to bring a hiking pole or grab a stick and we move slowly and carefully – we’re definitely not huffing and puffing. This is wild nature so there may also be snakes, bees, ants. There is unfenced water - a dam and the Finniss river. We have current wilderness first aid training and will be carrying a first aid kit. There is mobile phone reception where we will be. Please advise any particular health concerns that may be relevant. Please feel free to contact Bronwyn to discuss any concerns on 0412404700.
There is a ‘long drop loo’ at The Sanctuary. There is only front-on access, no sideways transfer access. There are flushing public toilets in nearby (5min drive) Mt Compass. The toilet is at the end of the road, to the right of the shed. It's a small corrugated iron structure.